emoze Offers New Features for Mass Market Mobile devices

By Shamila Janakiraman July 02, 2008
Emoze has enhanced the mobile user experience by introducing simple, stylish and useable features to mobile phones. The company has added swivel-screens, cool theming and animated screen transitions besides extending its consumer push-mobile solution to more than 800 mobile handsets making use of the latest Java technology.
Emoze is presently offering the yet to be released Lwuit technology in push communication. Users will benefit from a Web-like view of e-mail, calendar contacts and other social networking applications.
This advancement in emoze technology will be advantageous for Java-users as it is now available to more mobile handsets and not just smartphones. Emoze ensures a visually-smooth transition from desktop to mobile due to the broader handset compatibility, outstanding graphics and flexible layouts.
“Emoze is expanding the push mobile lifestyle by building a simple, fun and easy solution with a look and feel to appeal to all mobile users!” stated Eitan Linker, CEO of emoze.
“Graphical animations in even those most basic of devices can now be fully realized to create a never before seen mobile push experience for the user,” added Linker.
The new emoze Java-product is expected to hit markets by next month and will be available to mass market devices like Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola and the Nokia S40. Software downloads are possible using the PC or the mobile device from the company Web site. New users can start sending and receiving push e-mail, calendar and contact information direct to their mobile device at all times and from any place as soon as the user is successfully registered.
Emoze strives to make mobile devices and mobile phones fully functional personal communication devices. All it requires is a single and simple free download for each user. It offers real-time, secure synchronization of emails, calendars, contacts and tasks, capable of pushing data and updates to the user anytime, anywhere. This is possible with any mobile service provider network or Wi-Fi and all leading brands of mobile devices.
Users will only need a data package from their mobile service provider and the download, registration and use of emoze are free for each user. All email data sources like Lotus Notes and Domino Servers, Microsoft Outlook and Exchange, POP3 and Web-Access are supported by emoze.
Emoze also supports mobile device operating systems offering a simple user interface with high levels of security for e-mails and data. It can be downloaded through the Download! Folder of Nokia Nseries mobile phones also.

Shamila Janakiraman is a contributing editor for IoTevolutionworld. To read more of Shamila’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

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